This was a great book. The story was attention-grabbing and enjoyable. Samuel L. Jackson was great. He brought life to the characters and that kept me wanting more.
This book kept me wanting more. A great story read by a great narrator. Scott Brick never disappoints.
Shep was my favorite character.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand more about life and religion in Afghanistan, Pakistan and other Muslim countries.
The most memorable moments were Amir's conflict with himself about what he wants to be and what he actually is, and Hassan's complete loyalty and love for Amir. If only everyone in the world had Hassan's courage, loyalty and sensibilities.
At first no, then yes. Unfortunately I had to listen a little bit at a time.
I didn't want this book to end when it did. I would love to here Sohrab's story but, at the same time, I'm pretty sure I already know it.
I really enjoyed Red Mist. It was a little slow at the beginning but after a couple of chapters it got really good. I was even listening at work because I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. Kate Burton's interpretation of the character's voices was right on!
I heard Kate Burton in The Scarpetta Factor. She does a really wonderful job. I enjoy her readings.
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